Systems Development Methodologies and How They are Used

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Systems Development Methodologies and How They are Used
Choosing the right systems development methodology is one of the most important decisions an IT manager can ever make. But before the big decision can be made, a number of important facts and insights about systems development methodologies should be understood. Accordingly, the following report discusses key topics on the subject of systems methodologies including: 1) what is a systems development methodology, 2) two different types of methodologies: agile and waterfall 3) the pros and cons of each type, 4) why many companies have chosen to implement agile for their primary methodology, 5) the benefits and risks of implementing agile as a primary methodology, and 6) an example of how...
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